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t LOCAL HAPPENINGS. S
Wheat, 70cU for sixty pound
wheat, lc extra for each addition
hi pound over sixty,
i Meier Bros, for silverwure.
Mrs. Daniel Lape is still quite
For all kinds of beaters go to
H ; J. P. Camp came home a few
For a good mackintosh see
Andrew Stevens moved to the
Cape last week.
Buy your fruit cake from
8. W. Brown.
Henry Bungert, of Friedheim,
was In Jackson Monday.
Men's and boys' sporting goods
at Mcior Bros.
II. A. Uelrakampf returned
from St. Louis last week.
Evorvthine Rood to eat nt
a V. Brown's.
Mrs. J. F. Caldwell, of Miller
ville, is reported quite sick.
Meier Bros. Lave now a full
line of stationery.
H'tncs Clippard is building a
sew house in West Jackson.
Rubber boots for men and boys
at Meier Bros, at low prices.
J. W. Madden and family
moved to the Capo last week.
How about a nice lap rcbe
for Xmas. Woltera has them
Mrs. A. L. Bryte is in the
connty filling her appointments
Wolters has a very large stock
of buggies, (lot his prices.
Miss Josephine Mcdloy is visit
ing her sister at DeSolo, who is
All street hats sold at cost for
the next two weeks at Hutchison
Mrs. Wiley Goza has gone to
Texas to spend a few weeks visit
ing her son.
A fine line of fancy work ma
terials just received at Hutchison
O'Brien & McAtce, we hear,
are goiug to move in the McGuire
STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS
Otf The Cold. Laxntivo Bromo
Quinine Tableis cure a cold in
oDe day. No cure, no pay. 25c.
J See the nice line of
Z holiday goods at
3 Grant fe Elukecht's.
A. J. Toblor, after two weeks'
sickness, is again able to be at
his post of duty.
Tho larrost lino of sofa pillows
over brougu to Jackson at Hutchi
son & Co.
Dr. G. 8. Henderson has moved
his dental office over Cape
County Savings bank.
Meier Bros, will handle a
larger line of holiday goods this
year than ever before.
Wm. Byrd and wife loft Tues
day for a two weeks visit to
Ardmore, Indian Tor.
Shetlan floss, tephyrs, batten
berg, point lace Hnd embroidery
materials at Mutcnison x jO.
Linder Miller and August
Iiennecke shipped three car
loads of stock to St. Louis Mon
A. F. Williums reurne-d from
Bloomfield last Saturday, where
he bad spent Thanksgiving with
Tailor-made pants for $4.75
suits for f 14, also cleaning, re
pniring and pressing dono at
Tallont's barbor shop.
Adam Hoffmann, who has boon
sick for the past two weeks, is
getting well and will be able to be
out in a few days.
The telephone company is got
ting ready to moyo the central
office. The wires are now bei-ig
placed on the new poles.
T. F. Mitchell, late of our
county, writes us from reona,
'ooria is a city of about 75,000,
subscribers will pay up this
month mn thai we mnv start in
with a paid up list for the new Schmuko;
Jaeger & Besel moved into one
of Mr. Mueller's new buildings,
and J. H. Knoibert will move in
to the building vacated by Jaeger
Susan The pimples, sores and
blackheads are danger signals.
Take Rocky Mountain Tea, you 11
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
lablets. All druggists refund th
money if it fails to cure. E. W
Grove's bignature is on each box
Henry Altentlial, Jr., who has
been in St. Louis for the past
four weeks for medical treat
raont, returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. L. M. Bean will leav
to day f-r a visit to her brother
at i'ulpher Springs, Tex. She
has not seen him for 27 years.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Ionic because the formul
is plainly printed on every bottle
showing that it is simply iron and
quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure, no pay. 50c.
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that he likes the city Coo. At a regu ar mee. .
son camp, in o. tvao, m
follnwinir officers Were ulectcd for
THUJAS? 'he ensuing year:
Venerable consul A. U
Election of Officer.
Worthy advisor T. 1 Raffortyj
Banker J. H. Sacb.se;
Clerk J. W. Cannon;
Escort Chas. Behrensj
Watchman B. F. Suttotj
8ontry Albert Mabrey;
Pbysiclan-Dr. 8. E. Woods;
Manager C. H. Wolters,
Also by a vote of tho lodge
givo a farewell reception to your tnoy rcted the upstairs of the
irouoies. ooc. ask your uruKXiu c Wolters building which will
In addition to tho officers fitted up for a lodgo room
elected at the Southeast Missouri - -
-(! l-.f Ii.tnn1 INFORMATION WAmr.u.
f". . . . v.- The manufact
L. M. Bean was elected as show havlng always believed that no
doctor or medicine can cure in ev
ery case.but never having heard
where banner salye failed to cure
as a matter of curosity would like
lo know if there aro such cases. If
there aro such cases. It so they
HAMTA PT.AlTSi l.na S
J appointed Grant & El- j
brecht rus special agents ;
this year for Jackson 5
and vicinity. ;
Refreshments, fancy and use-
refund the money
There will be a regular com
munication of Excelsior lodge No,
f.ii ariir.w will ha koIiI in thai 441. A. r . A. ai. . on uecemoe
building formerly occupied by 12. Business of importance will
Cf.l. William nn Tnesdv. Da- come beforo the lodge
Baptist Ladies Auxiliary
ember 10. Everybody come, brother-! aro requested to be prea
ours from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. wfc K. B. Burns, M. W.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stevenson died are the best advertisers forFoloy's
at her homo near Leemon last Honey and Tar and all who use it
Thursday night. She lived for J3 lu?" - Ti ' i n aii
many years near Shawneetown, d alep
and was a good and useful woman.
Used by the ladies of fashion all
over tho world. It's without a
doubt the greatest beantifler ever
offered the American women. 35c.
Made only by Madison Medicine
Co. Ask your druggist.
Fred Braun, who has benu
working for the map men, Hen
nBsey & Bridges, in Scott
county, returned home last week.
They will probably go to New dealers,
Aiaunu couniy next. Sttlo at t.osti
Editoi Lynch of'Daily Posf'Phil- Am closing out my entire stock,
lipsbnrg.N.,1. , has tested the mer- consisting of dry goods, grocer
its of Fjley'slloney and Tar with ies, shoes, queenswarc, etc., at
this result: 'I have used a great eost. U. G. Davis,
many patent medicines in my fam 8 Bee, Mo.
ili 4s-it nnuvha artl . 1 u an4 T jinn 1 ' - "
hnnnU v av v.,ur h.mev and tar i A A cold, cough or la grippo can be
the best thing of the kind I have "nipped in the dh1 witn a dose
The undersigned will in a few
days occupy tho building form
erly occupied oy tne Jackson
TOM MCr ARLAND.
TO STOP A COLD,
After exposure or when you feel
a nni nimiinf' nil. take a dose of
Foley's Honey Tar. It never fails
to stop a cold it tuKcn in timo. All
Cl.TJ VtmmMmZnHJn milliil m ii liiMi.il I. ,
W HTHE STORE to buy Christmas Presents-at is the New Btore with
i : . . . ...
New Goods, where the Big WaWU Bign is ana tue nig nmuuw
It is a Jewelry Store strictly a Present Store. We do
not sell binder-twine, hardware or wall-paper,
nor paints. Our experience ia in Jewelry
When you buy
you can depend upon
them being just right.
WE CLAIM FOIl QUI
IN QUALITY AND VERY
Hoys' Watches $1.00
We solicit a Com
parison of goods,
variety and prices,
knowing that our holi
day stock will make
friends, please every-
'-:;V';j,; body, and sell itself
Child's S&t, 25 cents. ou "s merits.
George C. Hasslinger, Jeweler.
Agent for Mr. Santa Claus.
P. S.Look for our ad. next week. You will find illustrations, and
you' can find your present, no doubt about it.
ever uned and I cannot say too
much in praise of it." All dealers.
Mammoth Slaughter Sale of the
Entire Stock of the Wood Mer
Beginning November 20, and con
tinuing from day to day. On all
cash sales of $1.00 and over,
Dry Goods Dept.
A Discount of 15 per
cent, will be given. This
DRY GOODS, FURNISHING
GOODS. NOTIONS. CAPES
AND JACKETS, SHOES AND
BOOTS, HATS AND CAPS
ON MILL NERY
A Discount of
25 PER CENT.
will be given.
On all Goods in the
Grocery Dept. g
or two of Foley's Honey and Tur.
Beware of substitutes. All dealers.
Everyone likes good music,
and a pood instrument is one eg'
fential for good music.
Call on or write W. L. vv ilkin
son, of Sikestou, if you desire a
first class orpan or piauo.
School tablets, composition
hlunks and all kinds of school
stationery at Meier Hros'.
The undersigned has a first-
class well drilling machine (the
samo that drilled the test for
lead at Gravel Hill), and is pre
pared to drill wells north of
Jackson. For particulars apply
to G. F. Huhs, Dauy, Mo. o
S During the month of
j December Grant fc El
5 brecht will give with
5 every purchase of $1.00
5 a chance on a f 65 Music
J Box. Drop in and hear
tho music and see the
j nice line of Christmas)
Weather and croy report of the V.
S. Department of Agriculture, Jack
son etatliiu, for the week ending
Saturday, November 30, Mot.
Pay of Week.
Tuesday . .
Thursday . . .
Saturday. . .
VnuKually dry and clear for No
Ii. M. JlEAN, V. O. V. S. W. S.
Southeast Missouri Poultry
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mas presents in sot mips,
ladies' watches, chains, runs,
etc. at Jeweler Hasslinger s, next
to tho Exchange hank.
Allert Moore and Mafrgie
E. P. Jones and Mumio Ran-
I .W. Bryan ofLowder.Ills .writes:
My little boy was very low witn
pneumonia, un Known to tno uoc-
tor we Rave him Foley slloneyanu
The result was macicil and
Potatoes, Irish, l.a." puzzled the doctor, as it immeui-
Apples si.-njio atelv Ktopued the racking couirh
"auto:v.::v.:::::::::::::::::::3 anl 110 ttiM' recovered.-ah
Oats 40 i ar
except Sugar and Salt,
a Discount of 10 per
cent, will be given.
of?s, gross . .
.-Miuulders . . .
.it' j'e dealers.
(J. V. Lynch, of Winchester, Ind.,
writes: "1 owe the life of tny boy
U Foley's Honey and Tar. lie had
membranous croup, ann tno tirsi
dose iravo him relief. Wocontinu
Wool 1"' ed its use and it soon brought him
reamers W"1 ..,, t Hn, " II do or
(leese 3 ToI.KDO.LucAS COUNTY,
Our Entire Stock is subject to the above discounts, except
where goods are displayed at a special discount, which in most
cases will be at a much larger discount and marked at closing
prices. We urge all those in need of winter supplies to come to
us with cash and reap the benefits of this great sacrifice.
Statu of Omo, City op I
- .... . r l I I iiucan nu jrwi vu.
Wo aro nnpn trtr flealR in large amOUniS. TOr Cabn Or KOUU UclUCI . m, nrnnaratlon contains nil nf the
w v. w wr.. . . - . 1 ZrJj:. .' ji...;... .ii i.j. .i . t ,u- a r tcaa
food, itfjivesinsiantreueiana never A. W. tiiEASON
Frank J. Choney makes oath
that ho is senior member of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.,doing
business in the city of Toledo,
county and stato aforesaid, and
that said hi m will pay tne sum 01
one hundred dollais for euch and
every case of catarrh that cannot
bo cured by mo use 01 naas
Catarrh cure. Fuank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and sub-
scribed in my presence, this Cth
Wood uVflercantile Co.
tNo Premium Tickets will be punched when discount isrgiven, but a
reanonable settlement will be made with holders of unfilled tickets.
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. Ity Its use many
thousands of dvsiientlcs have been
cured after everything olso failed, lb
prevents roruiaiion or gag on tnestom
acn, relieving an aisiressanereaung.
Dieting unnecessary, x'lcasanttotaKe.
It can't helo
Dm no you noon
rrpraoDi or K. u. m wm Co., Oblcam
1 Wll. WMCOIHIMiHWIWIHHWCIU
I All Dcslci o.
ipeai.j Notarv Public.
Hull's C'.iarrh Cnro is taken
internally, and acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Send for testimo
F. J. Chenny & Co.,
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
On Saturday, Decombtr 14, at
the court-house In Jackson at
1:80 p. m., the above named asso
ciation will meet for tho purpose
of receiving new members. The
membership now numlwrs about
The membership fee is fixed at
$1 each. All porsous, male or
female, who tiro interested in
good poultry are solicited to join
Puts gray matter in your head.
Urines a rosy plow to faded
cheeks. Restores vim, vigor, iin-n-
tal and physical business. That's
Kocky Mountain Tea will do. Ask
Tho old fashioned log cabin
with its stick and clay-chimney
in Meier tiros.' snow winuow is
true to life. Look at it children.
as you pass, ann men ten your
parents whero to get Christmas
Call atlJrown's for cranberries,
celery, miuce most, raisins, cur
rants, crapes, oranges, lemons
bananas, citron, orange and
lemon peel, clieese. fl3. dates
prunes, iiickles,kraut, all kinds of
crackers, waiors, etc., ana suu
J. O. Ueltuar lost his horse last
week. Ho is again afoot, but
will not remain so long, for he is
a -hustler. He believes, like
(Joldsmith. that success consists
not in never falling, but using
every time you do.
OV BENEFIT TO YOU.
ing a long I was troubled with bed
sores,was advised to try DeYVilt's
itch Hasel balvo and ilul so with
wonderful results. I was perfect
ly cured. It is tho best salve on the
market. Sure cure for pues.sores
burns, licwaro or couutcrreits
II. L. Jones.
Park Adams, editor of llio
Daily Repvblican at the Capo
was in Jackson last Saturday
soliciting subscriptions for his
paper. It is stated that neurly
everybody in Jackson subscribed
"New brooms 6weep clean.
H. J. Behrcns will move hi
grocery store in a few dajs into
tho place now occupied by Tom
McFarland, who is going to
moyo In tho Davis property, near
H. L. Jones' drug store. We un
derstand that Mr. Uohrens will
handle feed of all kinds when be
gets ic his new quarters,
Y. are Glazed
i with a cheap roating.
vV' H glazing helps coffee
VW wliy arcn'1 the k1'"
AAV- priced Mochasand Javas
T7 glazed also?
;j Lion uuimti
is not glazed. It is per
fectly pure and has a
Tt. M.1.4 tachM InraM. ul-
IT SUITS ME
TO SUIT YOU
usiufss Suits, Press Suits, I- ill 1
Dress Suits, Smoking Jackets,
.oungiiitf Kulifs, Uniforms, and
Clerical Oarmi'iits made to onli-r.
.adies and Gents'
Ki.fttted, IVemoik-lod, Ilonovntoil,
Ilipairoil and rr.'Reil. Fine tr'ado
Sfcond Houso South -of llonry
Wauncr's Ulacksmith Shoji. .
VE HAVE OUU
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uur ioais, ranxs, i op
and Undershirts, etc1;,
go at a Bargain.
Call andftxamine our
stock. We "wiil make
you prices that will
cause you to buy.
R. Reehan & Co.
South High Street,
JACKSON, - - MISSOURI
rfar (rtMiuu! or tutttu
i ouc far cmtaiosus
L. HwiW, Tn.
HfUtun fWundml. Wrll.
mlojpis mod special ofimn.
ItctaMirf. V. Blrailnfliwa. Alt. II "